Alumni from our department have gone to numerous different things with their degrees. Listed below are just some of the many alumni that have gone on to do great things. If you would like to get more information on a certain alumni or if you are an alumni who would like to give your information please contact the psychology department.
Nick Del Grosso ’10
Getting his Phd in Neuroscience at the Max Plank Institute in Germany. Received a highly competitive NSF scholarship to conduct his research. Works at a researcher in for his institute.
Amanda Kujawa ’10
Attending the University of Toledo to study School (Educational) Psychology. She is working at a counseling center in Toledo as part of her program.
Kate Snead ’10
Getting her PhD in Industrial Organization at Virginia Tech University. She majored in Psychology and Math. She works as a graduate teacher and researcher.
Courtney McNutt ’09
Attending University of Rhode Island, to get her Master’s in School Psychology. Then thinking of focusing on community psychology.
Jennifer Riehle ’09
Attending Ohio State University to receive her degree in Clinical Counseling. She is now a student working/interning at a counseling center.
Zach Rinker ’09
Worked for Americorps after graduating. Zach has been involved in numerous community projects. He is now joining the Navy.
Amanda Wells ’09
Attending Duke University to receive her Doctoral degree in Physical Therapy. She was a biology and psychology major at Wittenberg.
Greg Harris ’08
Attended Indiana State University and received his Master’s in student affairs in higher education. He now works as the resident life director at Butler University.
Kara Beth Neike ’08
Attended the University of Dayton and received her Master’s degree. She is currently working at the University of New Haven in West Haven, Connecticut as the Coordinator for Student Conduct and Technology Applications. I work under the Dean of Students here at UNH.
Lindsay Short ’09
Attending Brock University in Canada, and pursuing her PhD in Developmental Psychology. She focuses on cognitive development, and has received numerous grants and funding for her research.
Beth Woods ’06
Attended the University of Dayton and received her Master’s degree. She now works as Director of Recruitment and Development for a private school.
Courtney Kelly ’04
Attended Bowling Green State University, and received her PhD in developmental psychology. She is currently working as an adjunct professor, while searching for a full time position in Cleveland.